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At the site where Illuin fell, the inland sea of [[Sea of Helcar|Helcar]] was formed, of which [[Cuiviénen]] was a bay. There was also the [[Sea of Ringil]] to the south, perhaps associated with the roots of Ormal.
 
At the site where Illuin fell, the inland sea of [[Sea of Helcar|Helcar]] was formed, of which [[Cuiviénen]] was a bay. There was also the [[Sea of Ringil]] to the south, perhaps associated with the roots of Ormal.
  
Almaren was also destroyed, and after repairing some of the damage done by the resulting tumult, the Valar left Middle-earth for [[Valinor]]. There the Valar created the [[Two Trees of Valinor|Two Trees]], which were also a pair of gold and silver light, as the Two Lamps before them.<ref>{{webcite|website=EoA|accessed=27 March 2020|articleurl=http://www.glyphweb.com/arda/l/lampsofthevalar.phparticlename=Lamps of the Valar}}</ref>
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Almaren was also destroyed, and after repairing some of the damage done by the resulting tumult, the Valar left Middle-earth for [[Valinor]]. There the Valar created the [[Two Trees of Valinor|Two Trees]], which were also a pair of gold and silver light, as the Two Lamps before them.
  
 
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